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good evening,im still finding my way around my ttr and maybe someone can help with this.my 96 oe has  15/44 sprockets fitted and i have had it clocked at 30mph,mine was showing 43kmh,does this mean that 60 mph =86kmh shown?,also whilst i'm here any info for the correct chainset sizes for my year as it's due for a new set,atb martin.



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Standard is 14/44

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60mph = 100kmph give or take..

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Have you got a digital speedo on the OE, if so Brian sells a nifty gadget that converts it to mph even if you change the gearing!



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thanks for the replies,i intend to fit a mechanical speedo eventually as i dont particularly like the stock electronic one but in the meantime i will get a range of speedo readings checked against another bike and make notes,.martin

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